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Newport News, Virginia
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Lubec, Maine
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Saint Augustine, Florida
Archaeology, History, Historic House
Talk with craftsmen, soldiers, housewives and merchants as they go about their business in this 18th Century Colonial Spanish Town. Call (904)825-6830 for more information.
Saint Augustine, Florida
History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, Military
Oldest House Museum Complex. González-Alvarez House (Florida’s oldest Spanish colonial house), Manucy Museum of St. Augustine History, Museum of Florida’s Military, Edwards Gallery (changing exhibitions), ornamental garden and museum store.
Saint Augustine, Florida
Archaeology, Culture, History, Historic House, Park, Science, Specialized
Discover The Nation's Oldest Port at the St. Augustine Lighthouse & Museum, a Smithsonian Affiliate. In the 16th century the Spanish erected a "centinella" or watchtower on Anatasia Island to protect the city as the Castillo De San Marcos was built. Today, the St. Augustine Lighthouse continues to shine its beam over sand and sea.
Saint Augustine, Florida
Art, History, Historic House
Tour the graceful frame and coquina house, a block north of the city's Plaza de la Constitucion, and step into history. Hear stories of its Spanish and British occupants as well as a succession of local families who lived in the house until 1837 when Dr. Seth Peck bought the property. Admire the 18th - 19th century Peck family furniture. Reflect on the works of 19th century Florida artists Martin Johnson Heade, W. Staples Drown, Felix De Crano and others.
Saint Augustine, Florida
History, Historic House
One of St. Augustine’s most authentic historic sites, a 19th century haven for writers and tourists. Fragrant orange trees introduce visitors to this remarkably preserved inn. Displays include a rare ca. 1650 Caravaca Cross.
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